Posts From Lacey Pruett

Pratyhara – Defined in Real Life

I shared Pratyahara with my class today and reminded myself how nice it  feels to go inward for clarity. The world gets so noisy and then everything gets  congested -mainly

Rachel Brathen, a.k.a. Yoga Girl: Yoga Digest Now Podcast

With more than 2 million followers on Instagram (@yoga_girl), as well as millions of downloads for her weekly podcast, From the Heart:   Conversations with Yoga Girl, Rachel Brathen has

Limiting Beliefs

I remember thinking I couldn’t do any of it right. I didn’t belong, and I looked like a fool. I’m an over-achiever and that means I over-achieve with my self-criticism,

Do I Belong Here?

Belonging is a core human need. It feels really good to have a home -a soft place to land. I dedicate an entire chapter in my book to finding your

Karma Yoga

As Yoga Teachers we operate from the heart. Obviously, we would have chosen another profession if we didn’t, right? How do you welcome everyone to class, set an intention for

How to Beat Quarantine Fatigue

How many of you wake up, already feeling drained? There are two types of tired: a tired that can be cured with more sleep and a tired that can be

Holiday Portion Control

Do you know anyone who overdid the cucumber slices at a Christmas party? Has anyone ever called you feeling guilty for drinking too much water on Thanksgiving? Have you ever

Shannon Roche, President and CEO of Yoga Alliance: Yoga Digest Now Podcast

Yoga Alliance reached another milestone in the Standards Review Project it began in the Fall of 2017. Eight working group papers are now available for the yoga community to review.

Wellness Advice during COVID-19

When we look back on this time, how do you want to feel about all of it? As Danielle LaPorte asks, in her book, The Desire Map, “How do you

Wellness in the Wine Country

Tucked away in the historic Napa Valley, the town of Yountville and the luxurious hotel and spa, await your arrival. Part of what attracts a person to practice yoga is